Tania Bryer

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(journalist, TV presenter)
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Born5 July 1962
Alma materQueen's College London, Georgetown University
ParentsLionel Bryer
Member ofJeffrey Epstein/Black book
Interests • Vogue
British broadcaster in Epstein's black book.

Employment.png Host and Executive Producer

In office
2011 - Present
Mostly making syncopatic interviews with the powerful and famous

Tania Bryer is a British broadcaster who is affiliated with global television network CNBC, mostly conducting sycophantic with powerful people.[1] She is listed in Jeffrey Epstein's black book.

Early career

Bryer began her career at Sky News in 1991 as a weather presenter. The following year she replaced Ulrika Jonsson on TV-am's daily morning show, Good Morning Britain. Bryer has presented fashion and entertainment shows such as The Supermodels and Showbiz Weekly and presented and co-produced the critically acclaimed Newsmakers series and a six-part series on the fashion industry for Sky News.

CNBC Meets

Bryer joined CNBC International in 2011 as Host and Executive Producer of CNBC Meets with Tania Bryer.

The series profiles celebrities and their philanthropy. Many of them are spooks or war criminals trying to soften their image. A number of these people have a connection to Jeffrey Epstein.

Bryer has interviewed amongst others, Bill Clinton, Sir Richard Branson, Jimmy Carter, Angelina Jolie, Tom Cruise, Matt Damon, Sean Penn, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Mayor of London Boris Johnson, Cherie Blair, Tony Blair, Bob Geldof, Naomi Campbell, Sir Philip Green, Chelsea Clinton, Tamara Mellon, Jon Bon Jovi, Andre Agassi, will.i.am, Jessye Norman, Prince Albert II of Monaco, Carla Bruni-Sarkozy, Prince Andrew, Lang Lang, Maria Sharapova, Diane von Furstenberg and Dolly Parton.[2]

Bryer presents CNBC's Sustainable Future, the series examines how the planet's biggest businesses are changing to reduce their impact on "climate change"; the first episode aired on 12 April 2021.[3]

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